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District 7: E-W Lake Union Bike Network

Thanks for your help in 2016! Read about what you helped accomplished.

What is the problem?

South Lake Union Seattle Neighborhood Greenways Scouting Ride July 2015

South Lake Union Seattle Neighborhood Greenways Scouting Ride July 2015

It is currently impossible to safely and comfortably bike from the Cascade neighborhood to Uptown.

What is the solution (the 2016 priority)?
Engage the community and SDOT to develop family friendly routes for people to bike East-West in the Cascade, South Lake Union, and Uptown neighborhoods.

Who is involved?
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is working to empower Queen Anne Greenways and Lake Union Greenways. We are talking with the Lake 2 Bay planning effort.

Campaign Updates

  • Get Involved: We could use your help! Let us know that you support this priority!
  • Mercer St Bike Lane Extension: We are working to extend the Mercer St protected bike lanes and sidewalk (that pass underneath highway 99) to 9th Ave which will be the future key North-South in the neighborhood.
    Mercer PBL underpass from Bike Blog

    (image courtesy of Seattle Bike Blog)

    Mercer PBL map

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  • Roy St Bike Lane Upgrade: We have applied for a Neighborhood Street Fund to upgrade the existing bike lanes on Roy St to be family friendly.

    roy st infographic

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  • This campaign builds off of the success of our 2015 Lake2Bay priority, including our scouting ride and report.

    Click to read our E-W SLU report

    Click to read our E-W SLU report

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